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H 2 Powered City. Group Five Myles Davis Abdullah Albaijan Dylan Seagraves Daniel Goff. Hydrogen Sources and Information. Pipelines Reformers H 2 350 Barr 700 Barr CNG/HCNG. Solar Energy. 23,000 sq. ft. 368,000 Kw/ hr per year

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h 2 powered city

H2 Powered City

Group Five

Myles Davis Abdullah Albaijan Dylan Seagraves Daniel Goff

hydrogen sources and information
Hydrogen Sources and Information
  • Pipelines
  • Reformers
    • H2
      • 350 Barr
      • 700 Barr
    • CNG/HCNG
solar energy
Solar Energy
  • 23,000 sq. ft.
  • 368,000 Kw/hr per year
  • 31,000 Kw/hr per month avg
station layout
Station Layout
  • Sustainability
  • Convenience
  • Harmony
city layout and capacity
City layout and Capacity
  • 10 stations
  • 8 pumps
  • 10,140,750 Kg-H2/yr total
  • 2778Kg-H2/station/day

H2 Station Locations

cost estimate
Cost Estimate
  • Land and Development
    • $25 Million per station
  • H2 equipment
    • $14 Million per station
  • Total initial investment (All stations)
    • $316 Million
safety
Safety

No smoking

Several Hydrogen detectors

Breakaway nozzles

Over pressure protection

Remote shut off capability

Shut off valves

Fire Suppression

Dispensing procedures

Temperature and Pressure Limits

Operator training for all employees

sources
Sources
  • Slide one
    • PSU logo http://www.personal.psu.edu/lnl/ist/
    • Air Products car http://www.paenergyfest.com/photos10.shtml
    • Air Products logo http://www.engr.psu.edu/mep/PREF.html
  • Slide two
    • Air Products logo (slides 2-7) https://engineering.purdue.edu/ASME/sponsors.html
    • PSU logo (slides 2-7) http://www.pennstategolfschools.com/
    • Gulf Coast Pipeline Map http://www.airliquide.com/en/our-offer/products/pipelines.html
  • Slide three
    • Convenience store and canopy solar http://newenergynews.blogspot.com/2007_09_01_archive.html
    • Canopy Solar http://solarpowerauthority.com/bp-gas-stations-with-solar-canopies/
  • Slide four
    • Reformers http://www.powergenworldwide.com/
    • Solar Panel http://www.solarenergyfact.org/
    • Snacks http://www.myhealthblog.org/
    • Semi-truck http://www.therunningmancourier.com/
    • Tire http://bigotiresreno.com/reno-nv-tires-and-wheels.htm
    • Traffic congestion http://thetransitpass.wordpress.com
  • Slide five
    • Texas City Map http://www.city-data.com/zips/77590.html
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